BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) — A new 14,000 square-foot Mercy Clinic had it’s official ribbon-cutting on i Street in Bentonville.
The new facility offers access to more primary care and pediatric providers.
The clinic is part of a $247 million expansion plan announced last year.
The expansion effort will add seven clinics in the region and a tower to the Rogers hospital.
Dr. Steve Goss, clinic president of Mercy Northwest Arkansas, said the location should limit drive-time for patients in the area.
“Our research has shown us different areas of the city,” Goss said. “We kind of locate them based on drive time. So, within a fifteen minute drive time, there’s a large populace of people who can get to this clinic.”
In addition to primary care, the clinic will also offer specialty providers on a rotating basis.